FIFA to arrange free concerts for fans at World Cup in Qatar

For attendees of the official Fan Festival in Qatar during the World Cup, FIFA announced on Wednesday to host free concerts with top international performers. Check out complete details about it below.

FIFA to arrange free concerts for fans at World Cup in Qatar

During the 29 days of World Cup games, FIFA announced that the Al Bidda Park in the heart of Doha would feature “concerts starring top international and local music acts and live performances by internationally known performance artists.”

On Nov. 20, the competition begins. Fans may watch the 64 games on big screens at the event location nearby the Corniche seafront and adjacent to the West Bay district. Sponsor Budweiser will be able to serve beer after 6:30 p.m. thanks to a policy on alcohol consumption that was confirmed on Saturday.

FIFA have mentioned that they are also planning to arrange some soccer games at the venue, which will have previous World Cup stars, who are associated with their Legends program.

More than 1 million visitors are expected at the first World Cup hosted in the Middle East. FIFA said official fan festivals are also planned in other cities worldwide during the tournament. No music acts have yet been confirmed for the Doha venue.

Since the 2006 World Cup in Germany, FIFA has run fan zone viewing areas with local organizers in host nations. The first edition included a pre-tournament show in Berlin featuring Nelly Furtado and Simple Minds.

One day prior to the championship final at the 2012 European Championship, which Poland and Ukraine jointly hosted, Elton John performed for free in the official Kyiv fan area. Additionally, there was an AIDS charity benefit concert.

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